St. Louis handyman resolves homeowner's shower problems
I hired Handyman Connection — St. Louis, located in Fenton, Missouri, to install tiling and new shower fixtures in my bathroom.
The service didn’t go well. I still have problems that haven’t been fixed. Once this was noticed, I called the company to get it resolved.
They said to call the manufacturer, because I must have broken something. I called the manufacturer, and they sent a new piece with instructions for installation.
When I installed the new piece, I noticed that nothing was broken on the old piece, and I called Handyman Connection.
They said something had to be broken, because the shower wasn’t working. The water was coming out of the shower head and tub spout at the same time, and now my water pressure has gone out. Handyman Connection refuses to honor their one-year warranty. I want a full $950 refund, and I don’t want anyone from that company coming to my home.
Edith Banks, St. Louis
We are a labor service and do not warranty materials. The customer supplied these materials, and everything worked fine after it was installed. Evidently, the spout was broken later. We offered to re-install the diverter valve for a $40 labor charge, and the customer declined.
Anthony Hough, owner
Editor’s note: Handyman Connection fixed the issue, and the member considers the matter resolved.
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